Newsletter 23 January 2017
ALBORS GALIANO PORTALES. Transformation and partner promotions
As of 1 January 2017, ALBORS GALIANO PORTALES will operate as a limited liability partnership with two additional partner, Alfonso de Ochoa and Anja Fábrega. Having previously worked as Senior Associates in the firm, they will join as partners effective as of 1 January 2017.
Alfonso de Ochoa has more than 25 years of professional experience. He joined in 2006 as head of our offices in Barcelona. Alfonso’s practice focuses in shipping, transport and port law. His practise also includes advising on great risks insurance matters, both civil liability and financial lines. Alfonso was selected in the annual ranking of Best Lawyers 2014 as a leading individual in Transport law in Spain.
Anja Fábrega joined the Firm in 1996 and specialises in insurance with special focus on product liability, public liability and employers’liability, advising local and foreign insurance companies. She advises hotel chains and tur operators and their insurers in local and international personal injury claims. She coordinates international non marine matters and provides legal opinions on personal injury assessment in Spain.
Jaime Albors joins the firm as an Associate
Jaime Albors has recently joined the Firm as an Associate. Jaime is a dual qualified Spanish and English lawyer. He holds an LLM (Dist) in Maritime Law from Swansea University and obtained the Institute of Shipping and Trade Law (IISTL) prize of 2011. He joins us from the London offices of Clyde & Co LLP (2011-2016) where he worked initially as foreign lawyer and then as an Associate following his admission in the roll of Solicitors of the Senior Courts of England & Wales.
Jaime advises in all areas of shipping, commodities trading, insurance and reinsurance with a particular focus in litigation and arbitration both nationally and internationally. Jaime is also a lecturer in the Spanish Maritime Institute (IME).
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